Advanced Personal Leadership Series X23I recently advised someone whose working teenage son assaulted him over a $1000+ mobile

phone bill, and for someone who spent $16 on my Nokia+$7 on service last 3 months, I ask:

Have you ever been besieged by so much stupidity you googled: how to escape stupidity? Sure,

it's much easier online for disciplined folks. But offline, co-workers, bad bosses, neighbors or

stupendously ignorant strangers can't be blocked, or controlled. Personal development, and

being on the right track may not work where stupidity is rife but you don't want to wait til

you're stuck, broke, out of ideas, and exhausted by digital vanity to escape. Ever tried playing

peekaboo with a bird on your window or balcony? It has options. It flies away, rather than

deal with you. To escape stupidity, be self-aware, proactive, strategic, successful; wealthy.

Inside & out. Create options. Stressed or depressed? Start here. Or connect. Meanwhile:

May you awaken to the mystery of being here and enter the quiet immensity of your

your  own  presence.  May you have joy  and  peace  in the temple of your senses.

May  you receive great encouragement when new frontiers beckon. May  you

respond to the call of your gift & find the courage to follow its path. May

the flame of anger free you from falsity.  May  warmth of heart keep

your presence aflame and may anxiety never linger about you.

May your outer dignity mirror an inner dignity of soul.

May you take time to celebrate the quiet miracles

that seek no attention. May you be consoled

in the secret  symmetry  of  your soul.

May you experience each day as

a sacred gift woven around

the  heart  of  wonder.”

John O'Donohue○ ○ ○Images Hyperlinked. Follow The Dove. Enjoy The Music.

The Quiet Storm: Escaping Stupidity




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